Peru vs Canada Player Rating

Peru vs Canada Player Rating: Jonathan David Shines as Jesse Marsch’s Side Clinches Victory

Canada moved up to the second place of Group A in Copa America 2024 after beating Peru. Jonathan David found the back of the net in less than 20 minutes before the normal time was ended. Peru on the other hand, sits fourth with one point following a draw on their first game of the tournament.

Peru National Football Team Player Ratings vs Canada


Pedri Galles
Pedri Gallese (Getty Images)

Pedri Gallese (6.7/10)
Due to Canada being a bit dominant, the Gallese did not have serious threats


Miguel Araujo
Miguel Araujo (Getty Images)

Miguel Araujo (6.7/10)
The Portland Timbers player made several saves to prevent his country for services

Carlos Zambarano (6.4/10)
He did not make a single defensive attempt like clearance and tackle he did, but somehow his team did not lose.

Alexander Callens (6.7/10)
Only won but his and tacke but his team survived


Marco Lopez
Marco Lopez (Getty Images)

Wilder Cartagena (7/10)
Made 26 touches during his appearance in the first half,

Sergio Pena (6.8/10)
Made serious threats to Persebaya’s defensive force by sending one key pass and two others were long balls.

Pero Quipse (6.8/0)
Running here and there to steal balls from the opponents.

Marco Lopez (6.6/10)
The left flank was his area, running up and down the area to clear and distribute balls.


Gianluca Lapandula
Gianluca Lapandula (Getty Images)

Gianluca Lapadula (6.8/10)
None of his shots were converted into a goal

Edson Flores (7/10)
Got his shot was shot twice and delivered two other key passes for his teammates


Paolo Guerrerro (7.2/10)
Impressive in the midfield with his vision, leading to him sending one key pass for his team.

Bryan Rena (6.3/10)
Relentlessly helping Peru in attacking plan as he wandered the pitch to win the ball,

Anderson Santamaria (6.8/10)
Focused in the midfield and only came out for a back up when attacking

Christian Cueva (6.7/10)
Got one of his shots found the target but denied by the goalkeeper.

Andre Carrillo (6.7/10)
Give a tough pressure for Canadian players in order getting his ball back, winning several duels in the process.

Manager –

Jorge Fossati (6.6/10)

Tried everything he could but Canada played amore organized game, including the way they scored the goal.

Canada National Football Team Player Ratings vs Peru


Maxime Crepeau
Maxime Crepeau (Getty Images)

Maxime Crepeau (7/10)
Showed a top performance as he already saved two big chances.


Alistair Johnson
Alistair Johnson (Getty Images)

Derek Cornelius (6.9/10)
Consistently guarded the defensive line with five clearances and one blocked shot.

Moise Bombito (6.8/10)
Winning duels, especially in the ground.

Alistair Johnson (6.9/10)
Running down the flank to deliver balls into the midfield, winning four ground duels.

Richie Laryea (6.8/10)
Not only staying in the straight line of a flank, Laryea could also help his teammates on the side of the pitch.


Liam Milla
Liam Millar (Getty Images)

Ismael Kone (6.5/10)
He was really active with the ball and the opponent had to foul him.

Stephen Eustaquio (6.9/10)
Has one pass and three long balls, Eustaqio was someone who Peru can have problem with.

Jonathan David (7.3/10)
Being almost everywhere on the pitch and scored a goal in a results


Jonathan David
Jonathan David (Getty Images)

Alphonso Davies (6.4/10)
The Canadian sprinter played on his left flank causing threats for the opponent.

Liam Millar (6.3/10)
Despite playing as a second striker, Milla did the job well.

Cyle Larin (6.4/10)
Acted as a target man at the front with Davies and Millar


Kamal Miller (6.6/10)
Made quite a neat performance on the pitch, intercepting balls that came inside the area.

Jonathan Osorio (6.5/10)
Guarded the midfield well with a hundred percent of passing rate.

Jacob Schaffelburg (6.6/10)
Replacing Millar int he second half as it his reached its cover album

Tajon Buchanan (6.4/10)
Came in to keep the positivity on the pitch, keeping up the pace of the game really well.

Tani Oluwayes (5.8/10)
Had one shot on target but was denied. He also missed two big chances for his team.

Manager –

Jesse March (7/10)
Getting a plus following this victory against a tough team Peru. Another tactic masterclass from the young coach.

Also Read: Denmark vs Serbia Player Ratings as Aleksandar Mitrović Advances, Eriksen and Højbjerg Struggle